- Leganes vs Real Madrid La Liga clash ended in s stalemate
- Sergio Ramos and Marco Asensio scored the two goals for the visitors with Isco bagging the assists for the two goals
- Los Blancos already won the title before the game hence they had nothing but pride to fight for in the game
Newly crowned La Liga champions Real Madrid were forced to a 2-2 draw by relegated Leganes at the Estadio Butarque.
Captain fantastic Sergio Ramos headed Los Blancos in front just nine minutes into the encounter after connecting with Isco's free-kick from the left flank.
Zinedine Zidane's men had already been crowned champions before the game, meaning this game was inconsequential regardless of the outcome.
But they chose to come to the party gun-blazing as they drew the first blood just before the first ten minutes of the encounter.
Real were going to run off with the victory in the opening half but ensure that never happened after Bryan Gil powered home a close-range shot in the added minutes of the half.
Jonathan Cristian Silva provided the assist for the sumptuous late minute strike after a superb build-up play.
Spanish midfielder Isco bagged his second assist of the fixture after setting up Marco Asensio in the 52nd minute to restore the visitors' lead.
But Roger Assale's 78th-minute strike ensured both sides shared the spoils at the end of the game but the draw was not enough to help Leganes avoid the drop as they finished 18th on the log - one point behind Celta Vigo.
Legit.ng earlier reported Zinedine Zidane seems to have cast doubts on his Real Madrid future barely two days after winning them the 34th La Liga title.
The Frenchman led Los Blancos to Spanish League triumph despite trailing rivals with two points before football went on break in March.